WINTom GlavineT. Glavine(7-2)6.0 IP, 2 ER, 4 K, 4 BB
LOSSAaron SmallA. Small(0-2)4.1 IP, 4 ER, 2 K, 1 BB
SAVEBilly WagnerB. Wagner(9)1.0 IP, 0 ER, 2 K, 0 BB

Yankees Hitting

J. DamonCF3-44030000.280.357.411
D. JeterSS3-55032000.351.438.530
J. Giambi1B1-33011110.261.474.605
A. Rodriguez3B0-44000100.270.381.478
S. EricksonP0-00000000.000.000.000
R. Cano2B1-55010010.310.337.400
B. WilliamsLF3-33130200.258.309.363
M. CabreraRF1-44010100.303.395.303
K. StinnettC0-44100130.189.250.243
A. SmallP0-11000010.000.000.000
a - K. ReesePH0-00000000.250.400.250
C. BeanP0-00000000.000.000.000
R. VilloneP0-00000000.000.000.000
b - M. CairoPH-3B0-11100100.200.273.275
a-hit by pitch for M Myers in the 6th
b-walked for R Villone in the 8th
  • Batting
  • 2B:
    B Williams 2 (7, T Glavine 2)
  • RBI:
    D Jeter 2 (32), J Giambi (35)
  • 2Out RBI:
    D Jeter 2
  • SF:
    J Giambi
  • SH:
    A Small
  • GIDP:
    M Cabrera; D Jeter; A Rodriguez
  • Team LOB:
  • Baserunning
  • SB:
    J Damon (11, 2nd base off T Glavine/P Lo Duca)
  • Fielding
  • DP:
    1 (R Cano-J Giambi)

Yankees Pitching

A. Small (L,0-3)4.17441279-488.5979
C. Bean1.00001123-80.0023
R. Villone1.00000111-82.1611
S. Erickson1.00000116-115.7916
  • Pitching
  • WP:
    R Villone
  • HBP:
    J Damon (By T Glavine); K Reese (By T Glavine)
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    A Small 8-3; C Bean 1-1; R Villone 0-2; S Erickson 0-2
  • Game Scores:
    A Small 34

Mets Hitting

J. ReyesSS1-44010020.250.316.394
P. Lo DucaC1-33110100.297.345.453
C. BeltranCF1-44110000.252.385.588
C. Delgado1B1-44113020.283.375.584
D. Wright3B1-44111010.313.394.521
C. FloydLF1-33010000.203.296.341
E. ChavezLF0-11000010.288.319.409
X. NadyRF1-22010000.279.335.517
K. Matsui2B0-33000000.238.274.317
T. GlavineP0-22000000.400.526.467
A. HeilmanP0-00000000.000.000.000
a - J. ValentinPH0-00000100.255.314.404
D. SanchezP0-00000000.000.000.000
B. WagnerP0-00000000.000.000.000
a-walked for A Heilman in the 7th
  • Batting
  • 3B:
    C Floyd (1, A Small)
  • HR:
    C Delgado (15, 4th inning off A Small 2 on, 0 Out); D Wright (6, 4th inning off A Small 0 on, 0 Out)
  • RBI:
    C Delgado 3 (33), D Wright (28)
  • GIDP:
    K Matsui
  • Team LOB:
  • Baserunning
  • SB:
    J Reyes (17, 2nd base off A Small/K Stinnett); C Beltran (6, 2nd base off M Myers/K Stinnett); X Nady (2, 2nd base off C Bean/K Stinnett)
  • Fielding
  • DP:
    3 (K Matsui-J Reyes-C Delgado, J Reyes-C Delgado, J Reyes-K Matsui-C Delgado)

Mets Pitching

T. Glavine (W,15-7)6.072244107-582.48107
A. Heilman (H,27)1.01002025-111.4225
D. Sanchez (H,14)1.02111017-81.9817
B. Wagner (S,40)1.02000221-153.3821
  • Pitching
  • WP:
    A Heilman
  • HBP:
    X Nady (By C Bean)
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    T Glavine 12-2; A Heilman 2-1; D Sanchez 2-1; B Wagner 1-0
  • Game Scores:
    T Glavine 50

Scoring Summary

4thD Jeter singled to shallow left, B Williams and K Stinnett scored, J Damon to third.20
4thC Delgado homered to right, P Lo Duca and C Beltran scored.23
4thD Wright homered to left.24
8thJ Giambi hit sacrifice fly to right, M Cairo scored.34

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